The senior talked with Big Red Report on Sunday just a day after visiting Lincoln for the Huskers' Red-White game.
"I'm weighing about 310-pounds. Right now I'm focusing on lifting and doing some track stuff. I'm actually going to come in a little lighter. Probably lose about 15 pounds or so."
Famer finished 35-0 en route to his second straight Illinois Class 2A heavyweight title on the mat this winter. Intermatwrestle.com ranked Farmer the nation's No. 6 overall heavyweight at season's end.
"I know I'm going to miss it still. It's hard leaving it," said Farmer. "It really hasn't gotten any easier, I still want to go wrestle, but I'm glad I have something like football that I can keep on going.
"Right now I'm working on speed training and my strength. The speed training is the biggest focus."
Farmer has made several appearances to Lincoln, but didn't make his first until the Huskers' summer camp last year. Saturday was his first Red-White contest.
"I'm still in awe of the Husker fans. To see that many fans at a spring game is crazy," said the senior. "I'm glad I went. I got a chance to talk with Nick Gates. It was my first time meeting him; I have only talked to him on Twitter before.
"I talked to a few uncommitted guys there and told them what I loved about Nebraska and what it was for me that made me want to go there."
Farmer is set to hit campus in early June. Big Red Report will catch up with the soon to be freshman once more before he arrives.